Busting Stigma

This is a prevention of child sexual abuse website, mostly focused and dedicated to ending Stigma. Stigma is bad for humanity and is a large barrier to allowing us to do a good job of preventing sexual abuse (including the sexual abuse of minors). If we get rid of stigma, it will be a positive thing for humanity that will allow us to do many things, including being better and more successful at preventing sexual abuse.

Contribute

We would love to have volunteers that want to write and publish a post on our website. Whether you are a researcher, student, sexologist, sex worker, abuse survivor, mine attracted person. If you are interested in telling your story, or otherwise publishing an article about the subject of sexual abuse, you may send your written article by email to [email protected] (if you’re worried about privacy, it is an encrypted email address).

When submitting your post to [email protected], please include the following author information:

  • The name of author (you may use a fake name or put “Anonymous” if you would like to be anonymous)
  • 1 social media or website link you would like me to promote
  • A short 1-2 sentence bio about yourself written in the third person.

Other Websites & Resources

  • MAP Support Club A peer-support group for Minor-Attracted People, Allies, Parents of Minor-Attracted People, Partners of Minor-Attracted People, and Researchers.
  • Prostasia Foundation A child protection organization combining an evidence-based approach to child sexual abuse prevention with its commitment to human rights and sex positivity.
  • The Global Prevention Project Prevention-Education-Outreach Project founded by female survivor of childhood sexual abuse. GOAL? Child Sexual Abuse Prevention! Prevention IS the only true intervention.
  • The Prevention Podcast A podcast to educate the global community on sexual violence prevention which includes education, research, and global prevention efforts and initiatives.
  • b4uact Non-profit organization promoting communication between minor-attracted people and mental health professionals since 2003.
  • Stop It Now! Preventing the sexual abuse of children since 1992. They have a toll-free, anonymous help line available at 1-888-PREVENT
  • Don't Offend India Part of the Program for Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence (PPPSV), aiming to prevent potential child sexual abusers from offending. Hotline # 1-800-123-8905
  • TROUBLED-DESIRE Global Prevention Dunkelfeld Online self-management for people who feel attracted to children and early adolescents and don't have the chance to get in real contact with therapists. Confidential and anonymous.